Thursday, September 20, 2018

It all starts with just one bead. This necklace is made with several techniques: regular spiral weave, ladder stitch, brick stitch weave, and fringing. What is beadweaving? This is the description for beadweaving from Wikipedia... Off-loom beadweaving Off-loom beadweaving is a family of beadwork techniques in which seed beads are woven together into a flat fabric, a tubular rope, or a three-dimensional object such as a ball, clasp, box, or a piece of jewelry. All off-loom techniques can be accomplished using a single needle and thread (no warp threads), but some have two-needle variations. Different stitches produce pieces with distinct textures, shapes, and patterns. albion stitch, developed by Heather Kingsley-Heath, published May 2009[1]⠀ brick stitch, also known as Comanche or Cheyenne stitch⠀ chevron stitch, a triangular form of bead netting[2]⠀ diamond weave, developed over a number of years by Gerlinde Lenz, published August 2015[3]⠀ herringbone stitch, also known as Ndebele stitch⠀ hubble stitch, developed over a number of years by Melanie de Miguel [4][5]⠀ netting, to avoid confusion specifically bead netting⠀ peyote stitch, also known as gourd stitch⠀ pondo stitch, also known as African circle stitch⠀ right-angle weave⠀ Saint Petersburg chain⠀ square stitch, also known as ladder stitch⠀ triangle weave⠀ Spiral Bead Weaving Stitches Cellini spiral, a tubular peyote stitch[6]⠀ Dutch spiral⠀ African helix⠀ Russian spiral⠀ Chenille Kendrick Do you have any questions about how beadweaving is done? Are your curious about the different techniques? All questions are welcome. Ready set go - what are your questions? ⠀ ⠀ It all starts with a BEAD⠀ ⠀ #couturejewelrywithheirloomlegacy #couturejewelry #handmadejewelry #gypsyspoonful #beadweaving #beadweavingtechnique #fringingnecklace #artisanjewelry #artistinstagram #jewelryinstagram #jewelryaddict #fallfashion #falljewelrytrends #shopsmall #makersgonnamake #necklaceoftheday #beadingaddict #beadedjewelry #artisanjewelry #ilovejewelry